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Karpov

[ kahr-pawf, -pof; Russian kahr-puhf ]
/ ˈkɑr pɔf, -pɒf; Russian ˈkɑr pəf /
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noun

A·na·to·ly [an-uh-toh-lee; Russian uh-nuh-taw-lyee], /ˌæn əˈtoʊ li; Russian ʌ nʌˈtɔ lyi/, born 1951, Russian chess player.

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Karpov
/ (Russian ˈkarpəf) /

noun

Anatoly (anaˈtɔlij). born 1951, Russian chess player and politician: world champion (1975–85); FIDE world champion (1993–99); member of the Russian Civic Chamber from 2005
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